Bill finds his greatest reward as an architect is when the design solution to any given project becomes a source of pride and fosters engagement for the client and all who interact with the built environment. From a retreat like the Aviary at Twin Farms to the Liberal Arts Research and Teaching Building at Penn State, Bill’s favorite projects are those where the Owners are directly engaged with the design process, providing our practice with invaluable insights that bring an authentic sense of place and purpose for any addition to the built environment. While Bill was originally attracted to the firm’s body of work, his longevity with the practice is rooted in the relationships he has enjoyed with clients and colleagues throughout his tenure.
EducationThe Pennsylvania State University, Bachelor of Architecture, 1983; The Pennsylvania State University Bachelor of Science, Architecture, 1982
Professional AffilliationsAmerican Institute of Architects
AIA Northeastern Pennsylvania
Selected Honors and Press
- AIA/ALA Library Building Award, Williams College, Stetson Hall, Sawyer Library
- Excellence in Architecture Honor Award, Williams College, Stetson Hall, Sawyer Library